Tesla Autopilot Model gets all-clear tag
Tesla is assumed to be the valuable and giant product of the electric vehicle industry owned by Elon Musk.
In 2021, The Tesla Model S with Autopilot technology was involved in a tragic crash, but the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) gave Tesla the all-clear chit.
However, The US Department of Transportation found that the main reason for the crash was the driver’s high speed and failure to control his car.
According to the NTSB board findings, this car crash occurred due to an alcohol overdose and drug addiction habit of maintaining peace by taking two sedating antihistamines. Along with tree contact and post-crash fire. It also determined that the autopilot system was not in operation as it is not programmed for going faster than 30 miles per hour drive on the road.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is investigating Tesla’s self-driving claims and whether the manufacturer abides by the law while promoting its full-self-driving (FSD) system and Autopilot software.
Last September, a Tesla owner filed a case against a tesla manufacturer that the company and its CEO were selling the tesla model with Autopilot and FSD system by misleading and wrongly the people.
After such public scenarios and the deaths of several people, the US Federal and state regulators increased their pressure on Musk.